In a wireless ATM network for mobile multimedia services, conventional signaling protocols generate heavy traffic because the signaling load must be handled in a HLR (Home Location Register). This centralized structure of the wireless ATM network causes critical connection setup delays. Thus, distributed processing based on a reduction of the connection setup delays is needed in wireless ATM networks. A cache strategy for call delivery with cache updates of registration based on ATM multicasting is introduced with a comparison of the cost of cache scheme with the cost of a conventional scheme. Results show that the cache scheme has better performance than conventional methods when portable mobility is low with large traffic density.